Couldn't do an awful lot for Spurs' opener, but dealt with most threats pretty well. A calm presence at the back, he made a number of decent saves and came off his line to claim several crosses.
Struggled to contain Bale in the first half but, when the opportunity presented itself, got forward well. Played a defence splitting pass between Spurs' centre-backs from which Toche equalised. Also created Panathinaikos' best chance of the first half with a dangerous run and cross that was intercepted by Lloris.
Lost Dawson for the Tottenham captain's goal, allowing the centre-back an uncontested header. But he dealt with the pace of Lennon well, never allowing the winger to get in behind him. On the sole occasion that Lennon did beat him, he cynically dragged back the winger, conceding a yellow card in the process.
Handled the ball in the opening minutes and was lucky to escape without conceding a penalty. Largely dealt with the threat of Defoe well, though conceded a few sloppy free-kicks when Spurs' diminutive forward had dropped deep.
Struggled to deal with Defoe's pace, allowing Tottenham's forward to burst past him down the outside and fire a shot over the bar. But was otherwise untroubled, especially when the game was in front of him, and showed a lot of power and strength.
Unable to stifle the power and dribbling ability of Dembele, who floated past the Greek midfielder. Often wayward with his passing, Marinos was replaced at half-time by Sissoko.
Patrolled the space in front of his defence, tracked Dempsey well with the American unable to affect the game. Generally tidy if conservative on the ball. Powerless to stop Dembele when the Belgian burst forward.
Nominally on the left wing, he drifted infield in support of Toche. Found little gaps in Tottenham's defence, dropping into space. Headed against the post but was flagged offside.
Drifted in and out of the match, playing a more attacking role than Vitolo or Marinos. Dropped deeper when Sissoko came on. Hit and miss with his passing.
Had very little supply and was bullied physically by Spurs centre-back partnership for much of the match. But took his goal extremely well, flicking Seitaridis' pass into the back of net via the post. Caused more harm than good on defensive set-pieces, dropping deep and playing Spurs onside.
Panathinaikos' brightest player in the first half. Came inside, committed Vertonghen, ran at the Spurs defence, but lacked an end product. Switched flanks and attacked Walker, beating him with ease to play a dangerous ball across the face of goal. Was replaced in stoppage time.
Dropped a tame cross in the first half that prompted a moment of panic, but was otherwise commanding and proactive when needed, off his line quickly to sweep up danger or claim crosses. Powerless to stop Toche's shot from finding the bottom corner.
Much of Panathaniakos' first half joy came down Vertonghen's flank, with Seitaridis breaking into the space the Belgian allowed to develop. But he got forward well, winning the free-kick from which Spurs opened the scoring. Played a delightful pass to put Defoe though on goal, but the latter was just offside.
Didn't always look especially comfortable on the ball, conceding possession with several loose long balls. Took his goal well, glancing Huddlestone's cross into the far corner. Poor positioning and a lack of pace allowed Toche to get on the end of Seitaridis' through-ball.
His height and power were a threat at set-pieces. More composed and considered on the ball than his central defensive partner, and showed real confidence to carry the ball out of defence. Pushed slightly too high for the Greek's equaliser, allowing space in behind.
Contributed to some nervy moments for Spurs, not always composed when facing his own goal. Made an excellent recovery challenge to prevent Sissoko from getting a shot away when clean through.
Danced and glided past the Greek midfield, but showed his strength and power too. Made a number of excellent, gritty challenges to win back possession for his side and used the ball well. Perhaps didn't do enough to unlock the Greek defence in the final third.
Quite ineffective out wide and was largely kept under wraps by the Panathinaikos left-back, but had more joy when he drifted into the middle. Showed his incredible speed to drive towards the Greek defence before hitting a tame effort towards goal. Won a free-kick when Vyntra dragged him down on the edge of the area. Was replaced with 15 minutes remaining by Townsend.
Had the better of Seitaridis in the first half, using his pace and power to leave the Greek right-back eating his dust. But struggled to track or deal with Seitaridis' runs from deep, and picked up a yellow card for a late challenge on the full-back. His influenced waned in the second half.
A tad ponderous in midfield, it took him a while to find his passing range. Evidently tasked with feeding Bale and Lennon out wide. Provided the assists for Dawson's opener with a floated free-kick. Had a fierce volley saved well by Karnezis. Visibly tired as the match wore on and was replaced by Sandro.
Led the line well, pulling off to the channels to great effect. Perhaps too keen to shoot, but linked play nicely on occasion. Drew a number of fouls, highlighting his improvement with his back to goal. Blasted a good chance over the bar from inside the box.
Worked hard but was largely on the periphery of Spurs's play. Went close with a free-kick from long range that narrowly missed the angle of the crossbar. Was replaced by Sigurdsson midway through the second half.
With 15 minutes left, he came on for Lennon on the right wing. Was rarely supplied in the final third and had little impact on the match.
Came on for Dempsey with just under half an hour of the match remaining. Worked hard, closed down with tenacity, but was unable to get on the ball in dangerous areas.